1 minute is a long time online.
1 minute on the internet might not seem like a lot of time, but with billions of people using the internet every day, you’d be surprised at what gets done.
Have you ever wondered what happens in one minute on the internet?
As it turns out, a whole lot. Like, a lot!
Let’s take a look at some surprising findings from Domo’s Data Never Sleeps 9.0 infographic.
We worked from home (obviously)
COVID-19 saw workers worldwide swapping the suit and tie for pyjamas, as working from home became the new normal.
Here are some interesting work-from-home stats:
- Zoom hosted 856 minutes of webinars every minute
- 100,694 people connected on Microsoft Teams every minute
In the age of Netflix binging and more streaming platforms than you can point a remote at, it’s no surprise that people are watching more content online than ever before.
- In the first half of 2021, Netflix’s 117 million subscribers watched 140 million hours of content every day
- The average person spent an hour on streaming services every day in 2021
- YouTube live streams increased by 45%
- 694,444 hours of YouTube video are watched every minute
Zoom dominated how we interact
In the world of COVID-19, people worldwide were forced to socialise online. Whether it was Zoom calls, iMessages, or even the short-lived hype around Clubhouse, we spent so much time online over the last 18 months.
- 12 million iMessages sent every minute
- 240,000 photos uploaded to Facebook every minute
- During its peak, there were 208 Clubhouse rooms created every minute,
- TikTok users watched 167 million clips per minute
Want to learn more about what happens in one minute on the internet? Check out the full infographic below.